Hi guys just wondering if any one knows a recipe for an eggless cake or pudding?
Jun 27, 7:21am
Hi. . this is a moist chocolate brownie recipe that doesn't use eggs -and could be used as a cake or pudding. .
It was posted here by Kiwigoldie. . no butter, eggs or oil needed - it's very moist and doesn't get a crunchy outer. . I've also made it using cold mashed pumpkin in place of the apple pulp in the recipe - and also with mashed cooked peaches - excellent result achieved with both. . Add some chunks of chocolate or a Jaffa lolly into the centre of where you'll cut each square, for a hidden treat inside. . :-)
Brownies (to die for) - no butter/marg/oil/eggs! Ingredients • 1 cup unsweetened apple purée/sauce • 1/3 cup cocoa • 3/4 cup self-raising flour • 1/2 teaspoon baking soda • 1/2 cup sugar • 1/2 teaspoon salt • 1/2 cup dark chocolate chips • 3/4 cup (70g) walnuts, chopped Preheat the oven to 175°C and lightly spray or oil a 20x20cm baking dish.
Place apple purée in a medium-sized bowl. Sift in the cocoa, flour and baking soda. Add the sugar and salt and mix until just combined. Do not over-mix as this will toughen the brownies. Gently fold in the chocolate chips and the walnuts. Transfer to the prepared baking dish and bake for around 25-30 minutes or until the centre feels set and fudgy when a skewer is inserted.
Cool in the pan for 5-10 minutes before turning out. Cool completely before slicing into squares. If desired, dust with sifted icing sugar before serving.
I had these yesterday at a friends... they are from the healthy food website... are divine, moist and you cannot tell they have apple in them either. .
Quote - Kiwigoldie
Jun 27, 7:21am
(NO eggs, NO butter and NO milk~! ! )
3 C flour 1/2 C cocoa 2 t baking powder 1/2 t salt 2 C brown sugar
miss together and then add ... 3/4 C oil 1 C cold water 2 T white vinegar
Bake at 180 deg C for 45 to 60 mins
Jun 27, 7:23am
Apple Crumble doesn't have eggs. .
You can mix up a large batch of the crumble mixture, and keep it in a container in your freezer. The crumble part can be made according to what you have in your pantry...
Use a base of 1 cup flour - white or wholemeal or a mix of the two, 1 cup white or brown sugar, and 100 gms of melted butter or margarine.
Mix those together until crumbled, and add your choice of 2 cups total of one or a range of the following: rolled oats, oat bran, coconut, crushed weetbix, cornflakes, rice bubbles, wheatgerm, bran, sesame seeds, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, chopped nuts - peanuts, walnuts, or other nuts, any dried fruit, etc. .
You can double or triple the recipe as it freezes well.
When you want to make a fruit crumble, you'll just need to wash, core and slice some apples (leave skins on for extra flavour and nutrition), or other fruits (feijoa's, peaches, plums, rhubarb, pears, nectarine's, berries, etc. . etc. . ) and place in a lightly greased oven dish, sprinkle over some crumble mix straight from the freezer and pop it in the oven at 180°C to cook for about 20-30 minutes, while you eat dinner. Enjoy. . :-)
Jun 27, 7:25am
Golden Syrup Dumplings - cook on your stove-top. .
In a frying pan, mix together 2 cups water and 2 tablespoons golden syrup. Place on stove and heat till boiling.
While that's heating, mix 2 & 1/2 cups flour, 2 & 1/2 tsp baking powder and 1/4 cup sugar. Add enough milk to make a scone type of dough.
Once syrup is boiling, place spoonsful of the dough around the pan, keeping the mix simmering. Cook for a few minutes with the lid on, then turn the dumplings.
Place the lid on and cook a few minutes more till the insides are cooked.
Keep a check that the dumplings don't burn onto the bottom of the pan - I find a fish slice is good to use to keep them off the bottom.
Alternatives. . use brown sugar and add some vanilla. Add chopped dates or other dried fruits. Add spices. Add cocoa. . or coconut, etc. .
Jun 27, 7:28am
This is fast. .
Microwave 1 cup rice in 2 cups hot tap water for 12 minutes (or 1/2 cup rice in 1 cup hot tap water for 7 minutes).
As soon as the microwave stops, remove bowl and quickly add 1/2 to 1 can sweetened condensed milk and 1 tsp vanilla essence.
Stir through. . this tastes good with preserved fruit - peaches, pears, apricots, etc. . Tastes delicious and is quick to cook.
Jun 27, 7:30am
Wash one apple per person. Remove the core, leaving the apple intact. Leave the skin on, and cut the apple horizontally around the middle of the apple, just through the skin.
Mix your choice of raisin's, chopped dates, sultana's, dried apricot's, etc. . or a mix of them. Press these down very firmly into the hollow where the core of the apple was.
Place the filled apples around the edge of a dinner plate, and sprinkle half a teaspoon of brown sugar onto the top of the dried fruit.
Cover with a paper towel, and microwave on high for 2 minutes. Turn the apples around so the inner part is on the outside of the plate, and zap again for one minute at a time, turning the apples, and cooking until the apples are as crisp or tender as you want.
We like them slightly crisp still. Leave them to stand while you make some custard - also in the microwave:
Use the measurements on the custard powder packet, for the amount of custard you want to make.
Place the powder and some sugar with the milk in a jug. Whisk till smooth. Zap for 2 minutes on high. . whisk again, then zap at one minute intervals, whisking each time the microwave stops.
It doesn't take long, and you'll have delicious custard to serve over baked stuffed apples. . Enjoy!
Jun 27, 7:54am
wow thank you so many great recipes here :)
Sep 11, 12:16am
Eggless Choc Cake. (Moist) 170g butter 1&1/2Cups sugar 1&1/2 Tb gldn Syrup 2-3 Tbspn Cocoa 600ml tepid milk 3Cps flour 3tsp Bak powd 3tspnBak soda 1&1/2tsp Van ess pnch salt METHOD: Melt butter, sugar &G syrup. Add flour, Bak Powd, cocoa & salt. Dissolve soda in milk and add slowly. Add vanilla and mix all together. Bake in a 25cm square tin @ 180 for 45-60 mins. Raw mixture is runny.
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